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Romney Closing In On Obama In PA

08.16.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A new Franklin & Marshall College poll shows Mitt Romney is cutting into President Obama's lead in Pennsylvania.  A month ago, Obama was up by double digits. Today that lead is just six points, 44 to 38 percent. The poll also shows ...

Meteorologists Say January and February Will Be A Doosy For Winter Storms

08.16.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Forecasters say they see a big winter coming. While the air conditioners are still running, meteorologists are beginning to focus on the long-term winter weather forecast. They predict the East coast is going to battle some very large storms, ...

Taxpayers Pay Big For Sandusky Trial

08.15.12 | Jeremy Miller

The Jerry Sandusky child sex trial has cost Pennsylvania taxpayers 56-thousand-dollars so far. County officials released the numbers, saying most of that tab is from employee overtime. Security was supplied by sheriff's deputies for the 2-week ...

More Bats Are Coming Into Homes In NY, PA

08.14.12 |

They're not just in the attic... they are in the house. Jason Carter of Fur and Feathers Wildlife control spoke with our news partner, W.E.T.M. televion, and said "the hot humid weather we've been having the last several weeks, is the reason why ...

Towns Log 150, 175, and 200 Years In NY, PA

08.13.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Three towns in the Family Life listening area had milestone birthdays this past weekend. Dunmore, Pennsylvania marked 150 years Saturday. The town of Portville celebrated its 175th birthday in upstate New York Sunday. Howard, New York logged a ...

Storm Photos Of Brilliant Lightening In P.A.

08.10.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The storms that rolled through New York and Pennsylvania last night caused a pretty spectacular light show. The good news is that no one was hurt. But the big story we keep hearing from town after town on the storm system is lightening. Photographs ...

What Is Pennsylvania To Do With Juvenille Convicts?

08.08.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Pennsylvania's highest court is moving quickly to determine how the state should respond to a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling that mandatory life-without-parole sentences for juveniles is unconstitutional. In Pennsylvania, it's allowed. The State ...

NY, PA Offically Log Their Hottest Years

08.08.12 | Sarah Harnisch

We have heard the date from the federal government, but now it's official, from Cornell University: New York and Pennsylvania have had their hottest year, ever.  The Northeast Regional Climate Center at Cornell reported this week the average ...

West Nile Mosquitos Out In Force in Pennsylvania This Year

08.07.12 |

Pennsylvania's first 2012 human cases of the West Nile virus of have been reported. Two women contracted it; one in Franklin county, and a second in Lancaster county. The number of mosquitos is higher then any other summer since monitoring began 10 ...

Seeing More Campaign Ads In Pennsylvania? You're Not Alone.

08.06.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Presidential ad spending is focused in on nine states, and one of them is Pennsylvania. With Mitt Romney and Barack Obama neck and neck, get ready for a flurry of ads in the Keystone state. Pennsylvania is one of only a handful of states that the ...

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